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OpenDaylight Intern Spotlight: Neel Bommisetty

OpenDaylight has accepted seven student interns for the summer of 2014 to work in the community and receive hands-on development experience in SDN. Each intern is working closely with an active OpenDaylight developer as their mentor on a project that suits interest and community need. 

This blog series aims to showcase the interns chosen and the projects they’re actively working on, the mentors who are aiding in their professional development and the overall experience of working in an open source community to create a common platform for SDN and NFV.

OpenDaylight Developer Spotlight: Michal Polkorab

 

OpenDaylight is an active community of developers who are passionate about transforming networking. This blog series highlights the people who are collaborating to create the future of SDN and NFV.

Video Playlist: OpenDaylight Developer Tutorials

 

For developers who are interested in OpenDaylight but don't know where to begin, this playlist has over a dozen tutorials that can help jumpstart your knowledgebase. For those new to open source projects like OpenDaylight, you can learn how to create an account, build code and file bugs from OpenDaylight developers like Madhu Venugopal and Tom Nadeau. Interested in cloud deployments? Kyle Mestery gives a hands-on tutorial for integrating OpenStack with OpenDaylight. End users can learn how to start an OpenFlow network with mininet from Luis Gomez. 

OpenDaylight Developer Spotlight: Luis Gomez

OpenDaylight is an active community of developers who are passionate about transforming networking. This blog series highlights the people who are collaborating to create the future of SDN and NFV.

Luis Gomez is Principal Software Test Engineer at Brocade and currently coordinates the Integration Group at OpenDaylight. Prior to this, Luis worked many years at Ericsson in end-to-end solution integration and verification for radio, fixed, core and transport functions.

Measuring Success for OpenDaylight: Are We There Yet?

 

This week at the Network Virtualization and SDN World event in London I’ve had many people ask me some variation of, ‘how is OpenDaylight doing?’ or ‘how are things progressing?’. To answer those questions, I must implicitly answer a different one: how do you judge the success of an open source project like OpenDaylight?

Growing to Maturity: Open Cloud and Open SDN

 

Having just attended OpenStack Summit and LinuxCon/CloudOpen Japan it’s clear that interest in open source is the highest it's ever been and has hit the mainstream. These are open source events to be sure, but what struck me were the conversations I had with folks about how and why open cloud and open SDN have continued to mature.

Top 5 OpenDaylight and OpenStack Videos

 

Last week the OpenStack Summit in Atlanta showcased the growing integration between OpenDaylight and OpenStack. The following videos highlight some of the critical debates happening in the industry and the importance of having an open, SDN platform like OpenDaylight work with OpenStack clouds.

1. OpenStack and OpenDaylight Network Flavors

 

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